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all across the map, the candidates are still campaigning. this is tonight's obama rally. the final event of the final campaign of his political career. he's closing things out in a place where on a presidential level it all began with the iowa caucuses. we'll bring you his comments live. there's a mitt romney event as well tonight in manchester, new hampshire, governor romney, kid rock, we'll bring you those events. mr. romney is not done yet. he has two appearances schedule for tomorrow. one in ohio, one in pennsylvania. in fact, the campaigns have been everywhere that matters lately, every state that could swing tomorrow, president in i had high, wisconsin, the governor in florida, virginia, earlier in new hampshire. in the end it is down to the candidate and often to the candidate's last vocal chord. >> fired up. ready to go. fired up, ready to go. >> you know, if anyone wants to know where the energy is, anyone following american politics wants to know where the energy is, look right here in this room. >> each candidate trying to get even one more person to vote tomorrow. milli
>>> tomorrow night, i'll talk to senator john mccain with his battle with president obama over benghazi. that's all for us. "ac 360" starts now. >>> we begin as we do keeping them honest looking for facts not offering opinions or playing favorites. we're not supporting democrats or republicans. you can find that on plenty of other cable channels. our goal reporting, finding the facts. tonight our focus, it's over the attacks in benghazi. today, mr. mccain took it a step further enand said because of susan rice's role, the confusing fact, we'll talk to senator mccain in a second so president obama took the opportunity to fire back directly at the senator. >> if senator mccain and others want to go after somebody, they should go after me. and i'm happy to have that discussion with them. but for them to go after the u.n. ambassador, who had nothing to do with benghazi and was simply making a presentation based on intelligence that she had received and to besmirch her reputation is outrageous. >> well, senator mccain heard that remark. 73 minutes later took to the floor of the u.s.
. the candidates are campaigning. take a look, this is tonight's obama rally, the final event of the final campaign of his political career. he's closing things out where it all began with the iowa caucuses. we're waiting for the president to speak at some point during the hour. we'll bring that to you live. mitt romney is not done yet. he has two appearances scheduled for tomorrow. one in ohio, one in pennsylvania. the campaigns have been everywhere that matters lately. every state that could swing tomorr tomorrow, ohio, pennsylvania, florida, new hampshire. running mates surrogates also dotting the map. in the end it's down to the candidate and the candidate's last vocal cord. >> fired up. ready to go. fired up, ready to go. >> you know, if anyone wants to know where the energy is, anyone following american politics wants to know where the energy is, look right here in this room. >> each candidate trying to get even one more person to vote tomorrow. early voting has been a blessing and a curse. limited hours made for long lines over the weekend. take a look at that. that could make post election
is an occasional unpaid political advicer for the romney campaign. paul begala senior adviser for president obama's senior pac. i want you to listen to a clip and get your response. >> a year from now, i think people are going to see we're starting to make some progress, there's going to be some pain out there. if i don't have this done in three years, there's going to be a one-term proposition. >> now, we knew from the beginning that our work would take more than one year or even one term, because let's face it, the middle class was getting hit long before the financial crisis. >> wow, he looks older. >> the best economist and business people didn't know how deep the hole was when he came in. >> are you quoting george bush or -- >> good one. >> or was it cheney? >> it's a texas thing. >> he came in, the hole was far deeper than he or anyone knew. i don't think anyone knew how deep the hole would be. short answer, every time i looked at the economy, obama couldn't win, every time i look at the republicans i think he can't lose. thank god the republicans have fielded the weakest candidate of my me
>>> tomorrow night, i'll talk to senator john mccain with his battle with esident obama over benghazi. that's all for us. "ac 360" starts now. >> good evening. 10:00 on the east coast. we begin tonight looking for facts not offering opinions or trying to play favorites. not supporting democrats or republicans. you can find that on plenty of other cable channels. just finding the truth, finding the facts. tonight the focus on what played out in washington today. two foes back at it again. the battle over benghazi, the attack that killed four american. senator mccain has maintained either white house negligence or a cover up. he took it a step further and said that he would try to block any effort to promote ms. rice to secretary of state, should hillary clinton leave that post. president obama took the opportunity to fire back directly at the senator. >> if senator mccain and others want to go after somebody, they should go after me. and i'm happy to have that discussion with them. but for them to go after the u.n. ambassador, who had nothing to do with benghazi and was simply
challenges on taxes, budget, global economy and a whole lot more? for president obama, what next? today markets took a nose dive because investors see what's coming and worried that washington cannot fix it. in the speeches last night and the statements today, everyone from mitt romney to the leaders in the building behind me, all have a way of saying they get it. they understand the challenges and will rise to meet them. listen. >> we want our children to live in america that isn't burdened by debt and isn't weakened by inequality and isn't threatened by the warming kwagity. >> at a time like this we can't risk partisan bickering and political posturing. >> if there is a mandate in yesterday's results, it's a mandate for us to find a way to work together on solutions to the challenges we all face as a nation. >> it's better to dance than to fight. better to work together everything doesn't have to be a fight. >> together, what is next on the fiscal cliff on how republicans will deal with the diverse electorate. tonight we are looking forward not looking back. we begin on the coming fis
of the election. parallel universes if you talk to the campaigns. the obama campaign says we will win most if not all of the battleground states. you don't get much of an argument from the republicans when you say the president will carry nevada. some republicans push back but let's give nevada to the president. hypothetical here, folks. that would put the president at 243 to 206. you need 270 to win. let's see if romney can find the magic to get to 270. the state of iowa, the president will end there. that's his final rally. the president with a lead there. it's small. the romney campaign says it's still in play but the president has consistently led by a small margin. you will see more and more of that across the midwest. you mentioned governor romney going to cleveland tomorrow. let's look at the latest polling in ohio. no republican ever won the white house without it. mathematically can he get there without it, yes. is it probable, no. here's the latest poll of polls. cnn putting together the average of seven public polls, 50-47. so a very competitive race but again, the president has
with late word that president obama will speak to the nation tomorrow, making a brief statement from the east room at 1:00 p.m. eastern on the economy. that issue of the economy directly touches on the dysfunction in washington that americans said they hate. they went to bed election night hoping to fix that. speed really matters here. in just seven weeks the bush tax cuts expire, automatic spending cuts agreed to by both parties kick in. we call it the fiscal cliff and even though it's more like the fiscal steep slope it could do some very bad things to the economy. concerns about rolling down it or falling off it or whatever you want to call it have made markets nervous and credit rating agencies and economists of all stripes are warning about the consequences of not hammering out a deal in time. politicians in both parties, they've been sending out mixed signals ever since the election. on the one hand they're talking about common ground. take a look. >> we want our children to live in america that isn't burdened by debt. that isn't threatened by a warming planet. >> the nation as
a willingness to compromise. even speaker boehner, basically gave an interview which he said that obama care is the law of the land and walked back after tea party groups went ballistic about it. >> one thing i know from this election and certainly i think we should all have learned, is that people want bipartisanship, and they understand that compromise is absolutely invaluable ingredient to getting things done. we have an obligation to be problem solvers. now more than ever. given the tenuous nature of our times and this -- in the situation that we're in as a country. i describe it as not just any moment. we're at a tipping point. so it's crucial and i think the president should invite the leadership in both the house and senate to sit down to, begin to sketch out an agenda and a framework by which we'll address these issues in the lame duck session. >> have republicans figured out how to move forward? there are extremes in your party, just as there are extremes in the democratic party. but let's talk about the republican party. there are extremes in the republican party and it seems a lot
mccain joins me now. you said you are going to block susan rice's nomination if president obama nominates her. her supporters say she was repeating the assessment she had been given about the benghazi attack. a spokesperson confirmed that they confirmed the attack and later the assessment changed do you not believe that? >> well first of all, talking points came from the white house not from the dmi. it was obvious within the 24 hours that the station chief from the cia had said that this was a terrorist attack. it was obvious to one and all that this was not a quote spontaneous demonstration because in realtime, they saw that there was no demonstration. ms. rise, i hope, saw ambassador rise, i hope, saw when i was on "face the nation" that immediately after she spoke, the head of the national assembly said it was an al qaeda attack. every one new that. and she continued to tell the world through all the talkshows that, that it was a quote spontaneous demonstration sparked by a video. that is not competence in ny view. and i think that she should have known and she has never yet
. what next for the man who ran for re-election who came hoim to face challenges for president obama what next? tay marktoday markets took a no dive. that is why we are here again. in the speeches to the statements today. all found ways of saying they get it. they understand the challenges and will rise to meet them listen. >> we want our children to live in america that isn't burdened by debt and isn't weakened by inekwquality and isn't threaten by the warming kwagity. >> at a time like this we can't rsk bickering and posturing. >> it is for us to find a way to work together on the solutions to the challenges that we face as a nation. >> it is better to dance than to fight. better to work together everything doesn't have to be a fight. together, what is next on the fiscal cliff on how republicans will deal with the diverse forward not looking back. we begin on the coming fiscal cliff when the budget cuts kick in. >> welcome to the capital. you heard everyone singing the kumbaya tune. you heard john boehner talking about the fact on the issue that has divided them on the fiscal cliff issu
this afternoon. >> please. we have no cars. don't you see? we need -- please, president obama, please listen to us down here. we are going to die. you don't understand. you've got to get your trucks here on this corner now. >> we are trying -- >> this is three days. >> with us now is the satten island president. the situation is grave and it hasn't gotten the attention from media and also the authorities over the last three days. are you finally starting to see -- >> we're seeing some improvement from what took place this morning. >> reporter: you basically, you know, said some tough words about the red cross saying, look, people shouldn't even donate because they're not there to help. and does that seem to have gotten at least the wheels moving. >> frustration turns into anger. there wasn't much help for the people of staten island. i didn't see the red cross nowhere. nowhere at all to be found. and the events you see this morning with this young lady, i saw staten island for the past two and a half, three days. there was no one there to answer questions. >> why is that? the bridges were ou
television station in his hometown in wisconsin which romney lost to obama. >> the reports that you and governor romney and your wives were shocked by the results that were coming in. true? >> it is true. yeah. the polling we had, the numbers we were looking at looked like we stood a pretty good chance of winning, so when the numbers came in going the other direction, when we saw the kind of turnout that was occurring in urban areas which were really fairly unprecedented, it did come as a bit of a shock. those are the tough kind of losses to have, the ones that catch you by surprise. >> some critics jumped on those remarks and said historically urban has often been used as a code word for african-american voters. we can't say for sure what ryan meant there. but keeping them honest the election day picture was a bit more complicated than that. turnout among african-american voters was up this year and turnout was up in swing state cities but down in others. and the presidents win was not solely dependent on black or urban voters. he also won more than 7 in 10 asian, latino voters, 6
minute by minute. we have all of the angles starting with president obama and new jersey governor chris christie. with the election near but the disaster now two political rivals joined hands and got to work. they saw a shoreline battered beyond recognition, almost beyond belief. mile after mile of destruction. home after home, life after life. on the ground at a local shelter no political complications, just simple need and promises from each man to meet it. >> governor christie, throughout this process, has been responsive. he's been aggressive in making sure that the state got out in front of this incredible storm. and i think the people of new jersey recognize that he has put his heart and soul in to making sure the people of new jersey bounce back even stronger than before. i want to thank him for his extraordinary leadership. >> i cannot thank the president enough for his personal concern and compassion for our state and for the people of our state. >> ask you to back up, please. >> in hoboken, new jersey, that meant the national guard, nowhere to be seen until last night was out
minister netanyahu took a very courageous decision. president obama asked him to take a risk on the cease-fire and prime minister netanyahu out of respect for the president, out of appreciation for everything america has done for israel during this conflict particularly in supporting the iron dome anti-missile defense system, prime minister netanyahu agreed to that cease-fire. now, there are no guarantees. israel will always reserve the right to defend itself should hamas start shooting at us again. but we have no desire for conflict with the palestinians of gaza. we want to live in peace with our neighbors amongst ourselves. and if hamas does not fire at us hamas has nothing to worry about from the state of israel. >> i mean, but do you see now egypt playing a greater role in trying to stop the flow of weapons from, you know, in these tunnels which is where a lot of the rockets are coming from through sinai, through sudan, ultimately through sinai and through the tunnels? >> we greatly appreciate egyptians efforts. they made a positive contribution in the cease-fire. they have a role als
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